I'm new to the forum. Hoping you can help with some advise. My old liner tore and so getting a new one installed. The concrete around my pool has shifted over the years. Was like this when I bought the house.
My pool guy tells me the original track is unusable, and that he wants to install a new single track below it. I'm worried this is not the proper way to fix this. I'm not quite sure how he will be able to make it work without gaps at the tops where some of the concrete is higher then others. Secondly, even if it works the new track will protrude from the side wall. He says I won't notice it.
His other option is to bang out the concrete 6 inches back and replace the track, but that also will not be aesthetically pleasing and there will still be the problem with the shifted concrete.
I guess the obvious answer is the only way to really fix this is to replace all the concrete, the problem with that is part of my deck has it's main supports resting on this concrete. I'm not sure how to deal with that.
I'm also probably only going to stay in this house another 5 years, so not sure how much to spend on this project. His suggestion is the quick easy fix of the new single track below the existing track since I won't be here long term.
Thank you in advance for any thoughts or suggestions.